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Kenosha, WI
1001 to 5000 employees
1876
Company - Private
Department, Clothing, & Shoe Stores
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Founded in 1876, Jockey International, Inc. is a leading designer, marketer, retailer, and licensor of men’s undergarments and women’s intimates.

Jockey is a third generation family-owned company, headquartered between Chicago and ... Read more

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Jockey International CEO Debra Waller
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    Former Employee - Associate Manager in Burbank, OH
    Former Employee - Associate Manager in Burbank, OH
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    I worked at Jockey International part-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    I really got to know the ladies I worked with. I was going through a hard time when my mom diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. They were very supportive and flexible with my hours. I'll never forget my friends.

    Cons

    Pay was average and it's retail so weekends are expected.

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Jockey International Photos

Jockey International photo of: Jockey Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
Jockey International photo of: The Jockey Ugly Christmas Party Contest
Jockey International photo of: Relay for Life Fundraiser held at Jockey's headquarters
Jockey International photo of: Debra Waller (CEO) hugs an employee during one of The Jockey Club events. The Jockey Club currently has over 100 members and is for employees who have been with the company for 15 years or more!
Jockey International photo of: Jockey International, Inc. Corporate Headquarters
Jockey International photo of: Jockey Outlet Store
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    Anonymous Employee in Kenosha, WI
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    Application

    The process took a week. I interviewed at Jockey International (Kenosha, WI) in July 2011.

    Interview

    I was called by the HR representative who asked if it was a good time to talk. I of course sad yes and we had a mini phone interview, which I was not expecting. It was fine though and she was extremely nice. Mostly questions about my resume, why i want the job, and logistical things (would you have a place to live/a way to get to work. She called me a few days later to schedule an on site interview. I had 4 interviews that day. I met with 3 different managers and finally the same woman from HR I had spoken to on the phone. I received a call within an hour after I left that they were going to move forward with me and speak to my references (and they called all 3). I was offered a job a few days later pending my drug test.

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    • Tell me about a time you worked on a group project with a group that you didn't get along with? (and lots of follow up questions about how I handled it/wished I would have handled it better)   Answer Question
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